- May 24, 2007
- Reaction score
we had a good january. let's dominate feb.
1955 Ford panel
cylinders: 8 cylinders
paint color: green
title status: clean
Very Cool old skool ! High Quality Build ! HARD TO FIND ! Taking offers of cash and trades !
Great rust free body! Has Orig. Paint and Great Patina ! All Fresh Late model Crown Vic independent suspension front clip, Fresh big block FE. With aluminum high rise ! And 406 HP exhaust manifolds ! Running out side pipes ! Sounds Great ! 4speed toploader, New Hurst Tall shifter, 4-wheel disc brakes, 3:73 9in ford rearend, power steering, Rare 70s Cast Aluminum thrush side pipes ! Nice 63 Tbird power bucket seats, still have original bumpers and much more , sell or trade , show contact info make offer . No low ballers please! Taking Offers of mid to high $20s in trades !
I want to build one of these so bad... I need to snag an express van at auction and just go to town, looks like that could be mostly duplicated for relatively cheap if you got creative (read: without using name brand new things)i got onto a van thing yesterday.
this is pricey as fuck but built really well it appears. stealthy as hell.
Valve is calibrated for diesel but can be re-calibrated for kerosene or stove oil.
1 turn hot water coil for 5-10 gal can be installed for water heating.
Fuel Consumption / 24hr:
1.29 gal LOW
3.20 gal HIGH
Low: 6500 BTU
High: 16250 BTU
True, but I'm a sucker for hard mounted/plumbed in items, the cost is high but it's a one and done type application. What I like about his stove though is that you could transport it if need be, say you had a small cabin or winter tent, you could utilize it for that as well.even the mr buddy's would work in a pinch when you needed heat in a setup like that though too...